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La Liga Saturday Accumulator: Real to bounce back as part of 53/1 four-fold acca

There are only four games in La Liga on Saturday, but plenty is riding on the matches which involve teams at both ends of the table.

The first game of the day starts at 13:00, as Real Madrid welcome Espanyol to the capital. Rock-bottom Elche will try to improve their chances of survival when they face Valladolid, while Celta Vigo clash with Rayo Vallecano at 17:30.

Valencia will hope to move out of the bottom three, but they will be up against it when they host eighth-placed Osasuna.

Saturday four-fold acca:

The following La Liga four-fold accumulator is priced at 53/1:

Real Madrid to win and BTTS @ 21/10
Elche v Valladolid - Draw @ 23/10
Celta Vigo v Rayo Vallecano - Draw @ 21/10
Draw or Osasuna @ 8/11

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Ancelotti's side can return to winning ways

WhatReal Madrid v Espanyol
WhereSantiago Bernabeu, Madrid
When13:00, Saturday 11th March 2023
How to watchbet365's European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, Viaplay and LaLiga TV
OddsReal Madrid 2/9, Draw 13/2, Espanyol 9/1

Real Madrid's title ambitions are likely to be at an all-time low after two successive draws in La Liga. 

Carlo Ancelotti's side were also dumped out of the Copa del Rey by Barcelona in between those two draws against Atletico Madrid and Real Betis.

Real Madrid's pursuit of another Champions League crown is still on, though, and they will look to prepare for their next clash with Liverpool by beating Espanyol.

Blanquiazules have dropped to 13th in the table after losing two of their last four in the league. On their travels, they have lost three in four, but with Real out of form, Espanyol should be able to find the back of the net on Saturday.

Espanyol scored in the first meeting between the pair in August, but Madrid came out on top that day, and we expect them to do the same this time around.

Time running out for Elche

WhatElche v Valladolid
WhereEstadio Manuel Martinez Valero, Elche
When15:15, Saturday 11th March 2023
How to watchN/A
OddsElche 8/5, Draw 23/10, Valladolid 7/4

Elche's La Liga campaign is nearly over, and time is certainly running out as they try to avoid the drop.

Pablo Machin's side sit at the foot of the table, and they are 14 points from safety due to their poor goal difference.

Saturday's opponents are 15 points better off, but they could soon get dragged into the relegation scrap after a poor run of form.

Valladolid have only won three of their previous 10 in all competitions, while it is five defeats in six on their travels.

They have failed to score in four of those defeats, and there's every chance the two teams cancel each other out on Saturday afternoon.

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Celta can frustrate ambitious Rayo

WhatCelta Vigo v Rayo Vallecano
WhereAbanca-Baladios, Vigo
When17:30, Saturday 11th March 2023
How to watchViaplay, LaLiga TV
OddsCelta Vigo 11/10, Draw 21/10, Rayo Vallecano 16/5

Top-six hopefuls Rayo Vallecano will look to return to winning ways for the first time since early February when they face Celta Vigo away from home.

Celta have slowly climbed the table of late after only losing two of their previous nine games in the Spanish top flight.

Since the league restarted after the World Cup, only Atletico Madrid have got the better of them at home, while they have beaten both Athletic Bilbao and Real Valladolid on home soil.

Andoni Iraola's Rayo have failed to win any of their previous four, although only Cadiz have got the better of them during that time.

With Iraola's men not firing on all cylinders, we expect a close battle, and a draw, which has landed in two of the last three meetings, looks the way to go.

Osasuna can add to Los Che's woes

WhatValencia v Osasuna
WhereEstadio de Mestalla, Valencia
When20:00, Saturday 11th March 2023
How to watchViaplay, LaLiga TV
OddsValencia 21/20, Draw 11/5, Osasuna 3/1

Valencia, one of Spain's biggest clubs, are still in a precarious position in La Liga after 24 matches. 

Los Che are three points away from safety in 19th, but they do have the best goal difference of any other team in the bottom eight.

Ruben Baraja's side have been hapless of late, losing seven of their previous eight matches in all competitions.

While five of those defeats came away from home, they have still only won one in five at the Mestalla. 

That will give Osasuna a lift ahead of kick-off, not that they will need it. Los Rojillos are unbeaten in seven in all competitions away from home, and they picked up a superb 3-2 win against Sevilla in their last away game. 

They will travel to Valencia in good spirits, and they should come away with a share of the points. 

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